Sunday, October 25, 2020

FASHION

Virtual Lakme Fashion Week’s couture celebration: Super models Lakshmi Rana, Candice Pinto and Deepti Gujral share their experiences

Super models Lakshmi Rana, Candice Pinto and Deepti Gujral share their experiences of walking the ramp at digital LFW 2020 without a cheering...

Common in the West, a clothes swap party was hosted in Dindigul for the first time

Clothes swap parties are common in Europe and America. Last weekend, a college student organised it for the first time in Dindigul Vipin V...

The Mootu lounger by Justine De Penning and Deepak Jawahar’s The Architecture Story is at Dutch Design Week

How mridangam makers and Chennai’s Justine De Penning and Deepak Jawahar, of design firm The Architecture Story, collaborated for the ongoing Dutch Design...

How luxury retailers and designers are dealing directly with their clients online

How luxury retailers and designers are seemingly less dependant on PR consultants and are dealing directly with their clients via IG Lives and...

Why it is important for India’s fashion designers to be online

Why did it take a global pandemic for Indian fashion designers to realise that having their own retail website is a must in...

Online enterprise HasthaKatha weaves stories of Indian crafts and folk arts in western wear

HasthaKatha’s range of handloom garments feature our country’s traditional art and craft Dresses with a touch of Madhubani, jumpsuits with Gurjar embroidery, kantha-inspired...

The show must go online: on the phygital versions of FDCI Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week Spring Summer ‘21 and IMG-Reliance’s Lakme Fashion Week

As the industry gears up for its first phygital ‘season’ in India, here is what has kept fashion week organisers busy As we anticipate...

This week in fashion – The Hindu

A round-up of what’s been happening in India and around the world, from The Hindu Weekend desk A whole new Loubi WorldLuxury brands are...

‘Perception of para sports and disability should change in India’: Manasi Joshi

Para-athlete Manasi Joshi discusses being a part of Barbie’s Sheroes, and her hopes of influencing discourse around inclusion and diversity amongst the younger...

No Grey Area: quirky, utilitarian Indian menswear

Arnav Malhotra, founder of Chennai-based menswear label, No Grey Area, on why clothing has to be both stylish and utilitarian Arnav Malhotra grew up...

Brooch the topic – The Hindu

From upcycled silver and art pieces to animals, there is a brooch for every Zoom call Accessories like bracelets, rings and anklets have...

Pick my cloth is a market place for weavers

For the lovers of handloom and ardent supporters of craftsmen, this could be a one-stop shop if the e-market place, PickMyCloth (PMC)...
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